Let the season begin!

Issued: Wed, Nov 02, 2016 at 12PM

Expires: Thu, Nov 03, 2016

Regular forecasts will begin in early November, or whenever regular observations start coming in. Please submit your observations if you head out into the snow!

Above 2,500ft None

1,500 to 2,500ft None

Below 1,500ft None

Degrees of Avalanche Danger ?

1. Low
2. Moderate
3. Considerable
4. High
5. Extreme

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Avalanche season begins with the first layer of snow. The sliding surface can be slick grassy slopes under the new snow, or old firn/ice in glaciated areas and permanent snowfields. It’s time to dust off your beacons, shovels, probes, and skills. Start looking at the terrain with “Avalanche Eyeballs.” Early season can be a dangerous time of year. The danger will increase with any new snowfalls or wind events this month.

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1 Comment on Juneau

Tom Mattice said : Report Subscribe 2 weeks ago

55 cm snow. 15 cm weak 4 finger base layer with stronger 15cm 1 finger layer over top. 25cm of 4 finger loose snow on top. Weak layer collapse in tests but dues not fail in ECT>

  • 26/11/2017

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